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Enter this wildlife photography competition today for a chance to win goodies from a £10K prize pot

If you’re a wildlife photographer looking for a new challenge, why not enter Wildlife Vets International’s Stories of Survival wildlife photography competition? Not only is there a prize pot worth over £10,000, but all proceeds go to support the work of the WVI.

According to Wildlife Vets International: “The idea behind the competition is to move beyond images that simply amaze and inspire us, and use participants’ skills to highlight the challenges so many of our species face.” 

To enter and view the terms and conditions, visit the Stories of Survival entry page. Each submitted image must: “be accompanied by a caption, describing the animal featured and one of the threats to its survival.” 

The competition ends on August 11 and comprises six categories – not including separate youth and camera-phone sections. Prize highlights include a Nikon Z6 II + 24-70mm lens, two GITZO Systematic tripod kits, a GITZO Traveler tripod kit and a one-to-one online training session provided by Nikon School.

“There is still time to make a difference,” says the WVI’s executive director Olivia Walter, on the subject of wildlife conservation efforts. “But it’s going to take all hands-on deck. That is why we wanted to make this competition as accessible as possible, to really drive home the message that conservation is for everyone, not just people we see on TV, and we can all get involved and do our part”. 

For more information on both the competition and WVI, visit the Wildlife Vets International website.

Stories of Survival entries

Early entries are already being showcased on Instagram via @wvi_stories_of_survival, with several stunning examples below…

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Mike Harris

Mike is technique editor for N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine, and spends most of his time shooting skills articles and begging for more external storage. He's worked for a variety of publications over the years and was formerly the production editor for Wex Photo Video’s content marketing team. An avid motorsport photographer, you’re likely to find him (and his trusty Nikon D800) at racing events across the country.